Ahoy Captain Cats here and today we are going to review an Eisner Award-nominated book and that book is Invisible Differences.
The book is about Marguerite, a 27-year-old French woman who struggles with everyday things such as work, her love life, her social life, and life itself. After a confrontation with her boyfriend, she discovers that she might have Asperger Syndrome and thus we see her transform in all aspects of her life for the better.
The team of Julie Dachez and Mademoiselle Caroline did a marvelous job on bringing this story about life with Asperger Syndrome and how many people still to this day don’t know that they may have this type of Autism or just like in the book people who are just as dumb as they are also ignorant in the subject matter as a whole. The artwork here is simple yet complex that you can understand how Marguerite is feeling and going through in each panel and it is wonderful.
The book and story itself is wonderful as it is also informative about the subject matter and do go in-depth about it and by the end of the book, you will have a better understanding of Asperger Syndrome. Invisible Differences is nominated for an Eisner for Best Reality-Based Work and it does deserve the nomination.